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Nov 7, 2013 1:05am PST
with the university of bakam germany and the university of massachusetts am am -- amhurst. that, he says is actually part of the problem. >> you know, this old model, it is called security by obscurity. th the bad guys don't know how it works. >> with computer security compuy don't know how it works. they just can't get to the codes or keys. with the cards, the codes and the keys, the professor says can be easily found. >> often once you know how it works it is easy to break. >> long beach police have identified an electronic testing tool as the mystery device. it is used to unlock vehicles. security experts i spoke with and i have spoken to quite a few are not so e. they believe hackers from around the world are developing multiple devices. where does this leave you? at this point, the best way to protect yourself is to remove valuables from your car. i wish i had better advice>> an. >> and it will disarm your alarm too, right? >> absolutely. >> tonight wal-mart says it will not honor sales that technical glitch calls them to be absurd lehigh or low. treadmills for $33 and computer monitors for $9.
Nov 16, 2013 1:05am PST
from natick, massachusetts... ...and our returning champion, a legislative researcher from washington, d.c... the and and now here ishampion, the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! thank you, johnny. and thank you, ladies and gentlemen. well, now, yesterday on our program, we said goodbye to ben, who walked away with $177,000. he'll be back to play in our tournament of champions. but we replaced him with another bright young man -- mark, with $31,000 and change. so good luck today against toby and ken. and welcome and good luck to you two, also. here we go now into the jeopardy! round, which is the easier of the rounds, and here are the categories.
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